eToro Tight Ties With Banking-as-a-Service Provider OpenPayd

eToro Tight Ties With Banking-as-a-Service Provider OpenPayd

Lately, there have been zero relaxing moments for eToro in strengthening its services and expanding its operational base. eToro, an Israel multi-national social trading, and multi-asset investment company linked with OpenPayd. The plan is to launch an embedded finance proposition across the European region.

eToro’s intentions to link with a banking service provided was to facilitate its money accounts across Europe. To the benefit, the step has activated the issuing of Euro Virtuals IBANs from the social investment platform.

Unlike in the past, eToro clients will have a smooth and secure way to execute their deposits and withdrawals from their eToro Money accounts.

eToro and Banking sector partnership is active in 12 countries, and the company focuses on reaching other jurisdictions across Europe.

“This partnership is an example of embedded finance in action; it’s a significant evolution in how we build innovative financial services,” Kreeson Thathiah, Director of Payments at eToro, said.

“Working with OpenPayd – whose platform and the team have accommodated all our needs – has been a pleasure. With every customer receiving their own virtual IBAN and access to the real-time European payment rails, SEPA Instant, we can ensure that funds are moving when, how and to whom they’re supposed to,” he added.

The Future Of Financial Services

OpenPayd is a leading global payment and banking-as-a-service platform serving both financial and non-financial organizations.

The OpenPayd CEO trusts that embedded financial services are a key expansion area for companies in Europe.


“eToro is changing the game for the trading community across the world, which is why we’re thrilled to be powering its product throughout Europe. We strongly believe that embedding financial services in this way powers business growth, enabling any company to build new products, streamline operations and manage payments globally. This is what the future of financial services looks like,” Dimitrova said.

The financial firm appointed Barry O’ Sullivan as the company’s Head of Payments Infrastructure.